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2015 Schedule
93-69, 1st in AL East
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A World Series prediction sure to go wrong

Jayson Stark doesn't have the best track record when it comes to predicting World Series winners. But this year has to be different. Doesn't it? Sorry, Toronto

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Kurkjian: Blue Jays will win World Series

ESPN MLB Insider Tim Kurkjian discusses his pick to win the World Series, Dallas Keuchel's record against the Yankees, Matt Harvey's absence from a mandatory workout and the NL wild-card game.

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Rangers set starting pitchers for Games 1 and 2

Yovani Gallardo will start for the Texas Rangers in their ALDS opener Thursday, and ace lefty Cole Hamels will pitch for the AL West champions in the second game at Toronto.

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Buster Olney's choice for AL MVP

Olney offers 10 candidates for the award, including Josh Donaldson and Mike Trout. Who does he have taking home the hardware? Buster's blog (Insider)

Are the Jays favored to win it all?

Of our 23 baseball analysts surveyed, 17 have Toronto making it to the World Series. How many have the Blue Jays hoisting the trophy? Playoff picks

Are Jays back atop Power Rankings?

Toronto unseated St. Louis from the top spot in our rankings a few weeks ago but dropped back down a week later. Where do things stand at the end of the season? Find out here

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Stark: My World Series prediction

Our guy, Jayson Stark, doesn't have the best track record when it comes to predicting who will win the World Series. But this year is different. We promise!

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Price poised to dominate postseason

David Price has been brilliant since joining the Blue Jays and could be in line to be this year's Madison Bumgarner of the playoffs. What other pitchers are capable of doing the same? Photo gallery

Blue Jays favored to win it all

According to the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, Toronto has the highest odds at winning the World Series. The Royals and Dodgers are close behind.

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Grantland: Crowning the Most Exciting Team of the 2015 MLB Regular Season

The more a team's playoff odds fluctuate, the more on edge its followers are. Conversely, the earlier a team locks up a playoff spot or falls far out of the race by pegging its odds close to one extreme or the other, the more its games blend together and its fans look forward to the playoffs (or football). So let's use those playoff odds to determine which team had MLB's most exciting regular season in 2015.

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Hank Aaron Award finalists: AL East

The Hank Aaron Award is given annually to a player recognized as the most outstanding offensive performer in his league. Here are the nominees for each AL East team:

  • Baltimore Orioles: Chris Davis
  • Boston Red Sox: David Ortiz
  • New York Yankees: Brian McCann
  • Tampa Bay Rays: Logan Forsythe
  • Toronto Blue Jays: Josh Donaldson

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Experts: Predicting the playoffs

ESPN's baseball analysts gaze into their crystal balls and make their postseason predictions, including who will win the World Series.

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Plenty of pressure on Roberto Osuna

As if being a 20-year-old closer wasn't hard enough, now Osuna will be looked upon for the final outs in the Blue Jays' first trip to the postseason since 1993. What rookies on other teams are worth watching as well? Photo gallery

Blue Jays top the MLB Power Rankings (1:18)
BBTN's World Series predictions (1:32)
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Schoenfield: The Ultimate October Blueprint

Congrats, your team is headed to the postseason. But does their style of play work under the bright lights of October? David Schoenfield examines the formula for playoff success.


Buerhle, Blue Jays hit hard in 12-3 loss to Rays

Mark Buehrle failed to become the fifth major leaguer to pitch 200 innings or more in 15 consecutive seasons, and the AL East champion Toronto Blue Jays missed out on home-field advantage through


Buehrle doesn't reach 200 innings

Blue Jays SP Mark Buehrle needed two innings to get 200 in a single season for the 15th consecutive season. But he came up 1 1/3 shy as he didn't make it out of the first. Toronto trails the Rays 9-1. Follow live

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Buehrle bombs in 1st, fails in bid for 200 innings

Blue Jays left-hander Mark Buehrle needed two innings to become the fifth major leaguer to pitch 200 or more innings in 15 consecutive seasons, but he couldn't get through the top of the first.

Blue Jays down 9-0 after one

Toronto was hoping to beat the Rays today, then get a Royals loss to slide into the No. 1 overall spot in the AL. That looks very unlikely after a nine-run first for Tampa Bay. Follow live

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2692nd
On Base Percentage.3401st
Slugging Percentage.4571st
Earned Run Average3.8012th
Quality Starts8412th

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